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Exercises / Re: Best back injury references and websites? Anyone?
« on: July 25, 2012, 07:49:03 AM »
No worries!
GOOD LUCK!

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Exercises / Re: Best back injury references and websites? Anyone?
« on: July 22, 2012, 04:35:15 PM »
Dr. Stuart McGill is the MAN!
www.backfitpro.com

http://youtu.be/033ogPH6NNE

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Hey, long time no see, wlfdg!
Howdy Mr.Dew!
Sorry it took so long to get back to you.
How are you?

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Workout Programs / New Rules of Lifting for Life
« on: June 02, 2012, 06:44:26 PM »
Howdy All, I know I don't post much anymore. I had to stop by and share what I believe to be the answer to a great deal of the strength training and metabolic conditioning questions you may have.
The book is called New Rules of Lifting for Life
http://www.thenewrulesoflifting.com/nrol-for-life

This book covers everything! Unlike a lot of other books out there it actually teaches how to intelligently design training programs, for the rest of your life really.
Want to gain muscle? You should regardless of who you are. The book explains the how's and why's of lean mass gain.
Want to lean out? It's in there! Intelligently!
It even speaks positively of the Paleo Diet.


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Exercises / Re: Dispelling the myth of training for "toned muscles"
« on: February 07, 2012, 06:15:06 PM »
Friend of mine is out that way for a few weeks snowboarding. so huge avalanche risk at the moment is there?
Yes! Locally we have 100cm of faceted snow on the ground, above that we have a 40cm consolidated slab, above that we have slabs of various thickness (7cm - 20cm) with thin cohesive layers (faceted snow & depth hoar) in between.
Now we have surface hoar forming at a pretty accelerated rate. Any new snow that comes in is going to build on top of that. Every form of loading will make even already skied slopes re-reactive.
Where is your friend at?

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Exercises / Re: Dispelling the myth of training for "toned muscles"
« on: February 07, 2012, 10:11:41 AM »
Thanks for the link and welcome back! How's the board season going?
Howdy Capo! I haven't gone anywhere, been lurking.
Season has been poor to say the least. Low snow + HIGH avalanche danger for most of it. Finally have a base but really scary layers.

Hope it gets better soon. I've been mostly in Africa the past year, getting closer to human origins. Lots of sun, fish, fruit and sea. I miss fatty cows, though. I get by mostly with pork and chicken, plus the occasional mild weather (and imported) beef.
Sounds good! Fresh fish!!!!!!!!! :D

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Exercises / Re: Dispelling the myth of training for "toned muscles"
« on: February 06, 2012, 09:34:29 AM »
Thanks for the link and welcome back! How's the board season going?
Howdy Capo! I haven't gone anywhere, been lurking.
Season has been poor to say the least. Low snow + HIGH avalanche danger for most of it. Finally have a base but really scary layers.

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Exercises / Re: Bad gym days lately
« on: September 16, 2011, 06:14:46 AM »
lol.  I meant being a strong fat guy.......

no thank you.
It's highly unlikely to be problem while on a Paleo WOE.

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Exercises / Re: Bad gym days lately
« on: September 15, 2011, 04:14:55 PM »
by weight loss.......I meant losing inches/lbs on the scale.


Although the scale is not that important to me, I don't want to end up super bulk.  I'm more interested in being lean and strong vs. worlds strongest man competition big.
Unless you are doing a tremendous amount of PED's you probably don't have to worry about WSM bulk LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Exercises / Re: Bad gym days lately
« on: September 15, 2011, 11:53:06 AM »
wow......I don't think I could eat that much if i tried.  On my high-carb days I was downing fruit like crazy and barely had enough room to get all my protein and fat in.
I'm 6'1.75", weigh 225#


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So basically what I gather is that either my weight loss takes a hit or my performance takes a hit.
First off "weight loss" = muscle loss = fat gain. You want to focus on muscle gain = fat loss.
Yes, initially weight loss will be effected. (read above ^)

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Exercises / Re: Bad gym days lately
« on: September 15, 2011, 08:38:13 AM »
If you're crashing you're going too low with fat.
All summer I've been primarily focused on strength. So my fat has been moderate to low 4 days a week and I've been gorging on cherries, grapes, peaches, etc..... everyday. 200g. + per day
My high fat days are re-feed days so they aren't low carb. I still pound down the fruit. 120-150g.

During splitboard season I eat moderate/low carb and high fat. Fat - 200g. + per day/ CHO - < 100g. per day

My protein intake is 300-400g a day.

FWIW - You're going about this like you're eating a SAD. Stop eating for fat loss. With your level of activity it's going to happen anyway.
"Eat for performance and body composition goals will follow."

Typical day for me summer
Water, coffee (black), 4-6ozs. fruit, 8 whole eggs, tallow or coconut oil, 1/2 - 1 lb. ground beef or turkey, multi-vitamin pack

hiking, hunting or mtn. biking

8ozs. fruit, 1.25 - 1.5 lbs. meat/fish/poultry, 10ozs. veggies cooked in fat

1 cup green tea/mate', 1-2ozs. dark chocolate (88% or darker)

weight train

cherries or grapes by the pound+

1-2lbs. of meat/fish/poultry, 8-10ozs. veggies, tallow,lard or coconut oil.

Some days I eat upwards of 5,000kcals.


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Exercises / Re: Best cardio exercise
« on: September 15, 2011, 12:21:22 AM »
The kind you enjoy.

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